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  • News: The Wii U and You

    The Nintendo Wii's meteoric rise to power has all the makings of a made-for-TV movie. The underpowered underdog ("two Gamecubes duct-taped together!") barreled to the head of the class, delivering a fresh, innovative gaming experience and capturing the hearts of the masses.

  • News: Hands-On: Twisted Metal is Back

    You know Twisted Metal. It's been a few years, sure. But set that controller in your hand, and it's like riding a bicycle: Left foot, right foot, missile meets face.

  • News: What Is the Wii U? (cont.)

    If you were watching Nintendo's E3 press conference Tuesday morning, you got a first look at Nintendo's vision of the future: the Wii U.

  • News: What is the Wii U?

    If you were watching Nintendo's E3 press conference Tuesday morning, you got a first look at Nintendo's vision of the future: the Wii U.

  • Opinion: Sony @ E3 2011: Five Things We Learned

    Sony began by offering an apology, but went on to show Microsoft how to put on a show.

  • Opinion: Nintendo's Next Console Breaks Mould Once Again

    The big Nintendo console surprise no one's really surprised about turns out to be called "Wii U," but it managed to startle us at Nintendo's E3 2011 press event anyway. Imagine a console that's not really a console, or a controller that's not really a controller. In fact we're still not sure what exactly to call it, besides "fascinating" (at this point, anyway).

  • News: E3: Ridge Racer for PlayStation Vita

    Because it just wouldn't be the same to have a new Sony system without a Ridge Racer title announced for it, Namco Bandai has revealed that it's working on the literally-titled Ridge Racer for PlayStation Vita.

  • News: Sony Says Sorry for PSN Outage, Reveals PlayStation Vita

    We're really, really sorry for the PlayStation Network outage, and thanks for sticking by us--the gist of Sony's E3 press conference intro, as Sony Computer Entertainment American president and CEO Jack Tretton took the stage to address "the elephant in the room."

  • News: The Good and Bad of E3 Day 1 (cont'd)

    More Kinect games, a $249.99 PlayStation Vita and Battlefield. We highlight the good (and bad) of E3 so far!

  • News: Free LA Noire short stories eBook on iTunes

    An anthology of short stories written for and inspired by the fictionalised events of LA Noire will be available as a free download for a limited time on the iTunes Store in Australia. The collection of stories can be downloaded through iTunes, or on the iBooks app on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

  • News: E3: Sly 4 Coming 2012

    Sony has announced something we've been expecting for quite some time now: a new Sly Cooper game featuring everyone's favorite larcenous raccoon.

  • Opinion: Microsoft @ E3 2011: Five Things We Learned

    After the unexpected success of the Kinect Microsoft is a company at ease, and more than willing to disappoint.

  • News: E3 2011: Microsoft focuses on Kinect; no news on Xbox 720

    At E3 last night, Microsoft focused heavily on Kinect, rather than hinting about future hardware - such as the Xbox 720.

  • Video: E3: Kinect Fun Labs creates a digital version of you

    At the E3 game convention Microsoft showed off Kinect Fun Labs for Xbox 360 that includes tools to instantly create life-like avatars. Gamers can also make digital representations of their favorite physical objects.

  • Video: E3: Bing voice search, new partners announced for Xbox 360

    Kinect now supports voice control of the Xbox 360 console. Users can voice search with Bing for content across a number of platforms including Hulu+, Netflix and others. Microsoft also announced a partnership that will bring YouTube content to the system.

  • Video: E3: watch Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 game play

    Game play of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 at the XBox 360 media briefing at E3 in Los Angeles. The game goes on sale November 8, 2011, for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.

  • Video: E3: Sony says sorry for PlayStation Network outage

    At the E3 show in Los Angeles this week, Sony President & CEO Jack Tretton offered consumers and partners an apology for the PlayStation Network outage and then shifted focus to more positive days ahead.

  • News: Sony offers apology, look ahead with Vita and 3D bundle

    Sony opened its E3 press conference Monday with an apology for the multi-week PlayStation Network outage.

  • News: Kinect voice control seaches content, integrates with TV

    Microsoft's Kinect for Xbox 360 will be able to receive voice controls, letting users control their television and search for content, the company announced Monday at the E3 gaming convention in Los Angeles.

  • News: E3: Sony's PlayStation 3DTV

    Sony is dedicated to driving the adoption of 3D amongst gamers. One of the ways it's going to tackle this is with an affordable 3D bundle.



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